One of the wonderful things about weaving on a table loom is the ability to change your pattern simply by changing the sequence in which you lift the levers. Here is some of the many variations you can weave on a straight 8 threading (meaning your heddles are threaded 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8...etc).
You can weave patterns within your project or you can have a long warp and weave many projects, all different, with the same threading.
Why not try weaving a sampler and seeing how many variations are possible!
Warp your loom - we use Ashford Mercerised Cotton 5/2 for the sample pictured. Make as wide as you want, using multiples of eight. Thread as a straight eight.
If your looking for any of our weaving products, you can fin them right here
Have fun weaving any or all of the following drafts!
Hoping to keep away the COVID blues!!!
Inspired by Jackson Pollock and his painting titled Blue Poles. This magic wrap was loads of fun to make especially when the solvie disappears. So simple to create that I confess when I looked in my fibre stash I found I had just the right colours.